Seminole County

Social media threat prompts enhanced security Monday at high school in Seminole County

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Officials at Lyman High School in Seminole County said they are addressing a “non-credible” threat made on social media.

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School leaders said they were notified Sunday night of a threat to Lyman High School.


School administrators and law enforcement quickly identified the source of the threat and made contact, officials said.

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“While the threat was deemed to be non-credible, the intent to disrupt the campus is unacceptable,” said assistant superintendent Shawn Gard-Harrold. “Appropriate disciplinary and legal action will be applied.”

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Officials said additional law enforcement and heightened security will be present on campus out of an abundance of caution.

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